Nivernais Athletes Shine in Weekend Competitions: Cortet Wins Four Times, Baran Qualifies for French Duathlon Championship

In the Montceau-les-Mines basin (Saône-et-Loire), Charitoise Salomé Cortet won four times, Anna Baran qualified for the French duathlon championship… Find the results of the athletes and Nivernais clubs on Saturday March 16 and Sunday March 17.


Anna Baran second in Genlis

The Nivernaise licensed in Vesoul (Haute-Saône), Anna Baran, ranked second in the Genlis duathlon, in Côte-d’Or, Sunday March 17, in the S format, among juniors, in 1h02’07. She thus qualifies for the France 7 championship which will take place on April 7 in Mâcon (Saône-et-Loire). She was beaten by her club partner, Liv Claret, who clocked 1:01:43. It is a third Vésulienne, Clémence Devaux who completes the podium, in 1h06’39.


No miracle for Decize and Vauzelles

Competing at the Burgundy-Franche-Comté junior championships, the women’s team of Judo Club Decizois lost 4-1 against the Alliance Judo Besançon-Dijon (AJBD) and 3-2 against Chalon-sur-Saône ( Saône-et-Loire), Sunday March 17, in Besançon (Doubs). “The girls unfortunately did not succeed in qualifying for France,” explains Mickaël Denizot, JCD coach, “the regulations forced us to make choices regarding the composition of the team.” The Nivernaise team, which included four cadets, was made up of Léane Messaux, Maurine Stellato, Margot Darsy (Decize), Thiffany Wasteels (Cosne), Agathe Pignet and Pirihia Avenet (Longvic).

Among the boys, Vauzelles, led by Zaki Otazaghine, Nika Khatoyan, Baptiste Roux, Antoine Roux, Enzo Deandrade and Mattéo Simon, finished third (out of four). “It’s a very satisfactory result,” explains Denis Perreau. “We confirm our third place from last season with a team made up entirely of Vauzelliens.”

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Cortet wins four times at Montceau

The Montceau-les-Mines meeting was held Friday March 15, Saturday March 16 and Sunday March 17. Neversois Gabriel Couraud won the 1,500 m freestyle in 18’05”14 then did it again in the 100 m butterfly among the 14-15 year olds (1’07”08). Gabriel Lavallée and Enzo Girand, also members of CN Nevers, took the first two places in the 50m breaststroke among those aged 16 and over in 31”95 and 31”56. The Charitoise Salomé Cortet also monopolized the podiums by winning the 50 m freestyle (28”30) and breaststroke (35”10), the 100 m breaststroke (1’18”01) and the 200 m breaststroke (2’54”61). The Vauzelliennes Lola Delecluse-Romain had to settle for second place in the 800 and 1500 m freestyle (10’32”56 and 20’05”05). Salomé Cortet showed off in Montceau-les -Mining. Photo Pierre Destrade.


Merlin fifth at Domérat

The Nivernais rider from Team Atria Montluçon, Cyrian Merlin, placed fifth in the Prix du Cros (90 km) on Sunday March 17 in Domérat (Allier). Lucas Plaisant (Antibes) was also well placed in the final and took 10th place. Meanwhile, the Neversois, Axel Habert (Atria), took 21st position in the GP of the city of Buxerolles (National Elite, Vienna).

Bourbon (CCVV) stands out in U15 at the Municipality Prize, in Vauzelles

The first road competition organized this season in Nièvre attracted around a hundred entrants in the youth categories. Quentin Bourbon (CCVV), in U15, dominated his race. “Quentin confirms his potential,” explains Michel Fiévet, president of the CCVV. “He has just taken part in a training course in the Drôme with the older players at the club, and he seems in great shape.”

Rankings. U17, 1. Noam Miller (EC Bourbonnien), 2. Victor Achard (Team Cycliste Montluçon), 3. Corentin Le Coat (Team Cycliste Montluçon). U15: 1. Quentin Bourbon (CCVV), 2. Ilan Augendre-Courtois (EC Bourbonnien), 3. Jules Meyer (CCVV). U13: 1. Nathis Chenier (VS Montluçonnais), 2. Paul Manti (CCVV), 3. Jules Brunet (EC Bourbonnien). U1:1. Timaël Sigalas (ASB Berry), 2. Jules Arnaud (CCVV), 3. Emile Boîtier (US Bonny). U9: 1. Alexandre Truffaud-Roche (Romya), 2. Thibault Gautheron (CCVV), Tim Guichon (Romya). U7: 1. Oscar Jonier (US Montluçonnaise), 2. Paul Mathiot-Pelet (CCVV), 3. Sacha Valigny (CCVV)

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Martin (VVR), second hope over 10 km in the Jura

Andy Martin (Varennes-Vauzelles Running), entered in the Foulées Bletteranoises in the Jura, Sunday March 17, took ninth place in the scratch and second in hopes thanks to a time of 33’44”. Another member of Varennes-Vauzelles Running on the bridge, Bertrand Diaz completed the international half-marathon of Lille (North) in 1h20’37”.

Bernard René (AON) covers 82 km at the Paris Ecotrail

Bernard René completed an effort of more than nine hours, Saturday March 16, around Versailles (Yvelines). The M5 runner, top 5 in his category, covered the 82 km for 1,350 m of elevation gain in 9h17’25”.

Victory for Clamecycoise De Rossi at Poyautrail

The Poyautrail, a trail organized by the Toucy-Charbuy athletics club since 2017, was won on Sunday March 17 by Elisabeth De Rossi. The Nivernaise licensed at Dijon UC, finished seventh overall (fifty-four participants) in a 10 km race contested in muddy conditions.

2024-03-18 11:04:29
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